A Few Dollars for Django

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A Few Dollars for Djanjo
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Directed by León Klimovsky
Uncredited:
Enzo G. Castellari
Produced by Marino Girolami
Screenplay by Manuel Sebares
Tito Carpi
Starring Anthony Steffen
Gloria Osuna
Thomas Moore
Frank Wolff
Music by Carlo Savina
Cinematography Aldo Pennelli
Edited by Antonio Gimeno
Production
company
Marco Film
R.C. Pictures
R.M. Films
Distributed by Italcid
Release date
9 September 1966
Running time
85 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

A Few Dollars for Django (Italian: Pochi dollari per Django) is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Anthony Steffen.[1][2] Although he was credited as a second unit director, Enzo G. Castellari directed a main part of the film.[3][4]

The film's title was meant to evoke the recent Spaghetti Westerns For a Few Dollars More (1965) and Django (1966), although A Few Dollars for Django has no direct connection to either one; there is no character in the film named Django.

Plot[edit]

A bounty hunter named Regan wishes to settle down and begin a new life, maybe become sheriff, but a murder leads him in pursuit of bank robbers and lands him in a range war with farmers and cattlemen.

Cast[edit]

  • Anthony Steffen (as Antony Steffen) as Regan
  • Frank Wolff as Jim Norton / Trevor Norton
  • Gloria Osuna as Sally Norton
  • Ennio Girolami (as Thomas Moore) as Sam Lister
  • José Luis Lluch as Buck Dago
  • Alfonso Rojas as Amos Brownsberg
  • Sandalio Hernández as Smitty
  • José Luis Lizalde (as Tomas Lizalde) as Judge's Assistant
  • Ángel Ter as Judge
  • Joaquín Parra as Freeman (uncredited)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Few Dollars for Django". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ "Pochi dollari per Django". Spaghetti Western Database. spaghetti-western.net. 
  3. ^ Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. ISBN 88-04-57277-9. 
  4. ^ Giordano Lupi, Fabio Zanello. Il cinema di Enzo Castellari. Profondo Rosso, 2006. 

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